Cooking with Guinness: Pot Pie, Caramelized Onions and a Voguish Cream Soda
Choosing our recipe items this week has been much more difficult than we thought it would be. This past year, cooking with beer has exploded and our choices are seemingly unlimited. How could we possibly just choose a few?
Guinness Beef Pot Pie by Picture the Recipe. This was our first visit to this site and we were captivated. The photographs take you step by step in to their culinary world and it’s a splendid one. If you are not a lover of the pot pie, this recipe makes an excellent stew.
List of Ingredients; Beef chuck, onion, cloves of garlic, celery, mushrooms, diced potatoes, frozen peas and carrots, tomato paste, thyme ~ dried or fresh sprigs, dried rosemary, bay leaf, Guinness ~ not extra stout, beef broth, brown sugar, flour, salt, pepper, olive oil, parsley, puff pastry and egg. For full recipe and method visit: PicturetheRecipe
Caramelized Onion and Guinness Dip by Toledo Blade. A Friday or Saturday evening hold’s it’s own magic when you add a couple of cold beers, some breads, crackers, chips and a great dip or two. It’s movie night with stellar snacks. This recipe made the cut simply for the Guinness and caramelized onions.
List of Ingredients; Olive oil, large sweet onions, Guinness, salt, black pepper, cayenne and extra-sharp cheddar cheese. For full recipe and method, please visit: ToledoBlade
Guinness Cream Soda by Chow. Although I love my Guinness as is, changing it up and giving something new a “whirl” is what we are all about here at Your Home. On paper we found the flavor combinations a bit odd, however, in reality the beverage was quite lovely.
List of Ingredients; Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur, Navan vanilla liqueur, club soda, Guinness Draught. For full recipe, method and tips, please visit Chow.com
Here are a few more Cooking with Guinness ideas. Enjoy!!